Teaching MA with Credential

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Teaching MA with Credential

The Teacher Education program prepares reflective practitioners who foster intellectual growth, personal development, and multicultural democratic community in their classrooms and schools. Our candidates learn how to provide their students — especially those most vulnerable to injustices — with an equitable, responsive, and empowering classroom experience. Teacher candidates are recommended by USF to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) for the Preliminary Multiple Subjects (36 units) or Single Subject (34 units) Teaching Credential with optional Bilingual Authorization in Spanish.

Subjects

  • Education
  • Reading And Literacy Education
  • English And Speech Teacher Education
  • Teaching History
  • Teaching Math
  • Teaching Science
  • Teaching Elementary

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